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Apple Company is one of the most powerful companies in the world. At an early stage, the company faced an economic downturn, after which it gained national popularity. Every man has a desire that he must take an Apple phone at some point in his life.

The #42 Best Apple Facts (with Pictures)

  • 42 Facts About Apple in 2020


A computer company named Apple is a funny thing. In an interview, Steve Wozniak said that while driving, Steve Jobs told him that he got the name of the computer that would be Apple. We've discussed other options, but we couldn't find a better name. In fact, Jobs previously worked at the 'Atari' company and thought that the name 'Apple' should come before 'Atari' in the phone book because of the spelling.

42 Amazing Apple Facts

#1. The battery of the Apple Mac Book can also protect you from gunfire as it is Bullet Proof.

#2. Apple has over 132,000 employees around the world.

#3. The number of active Apple iPhone users around the world 1.5 billion.

#4. Apple headquarters' employees earn an average of US$125,000 a year.

#5. The number of active Apple Mac Book users around the world 100 million.

#6. Apple has a "no smoking" ban regarding their computers. As ridiculous as it sounds, but if you smoke while using an Apple computer, you void the warranty and you’ve been warned!

#7. Apple was the first to make a digital color camera.

#8. Apple's brand is worth US$1.16 trillion. It is the world's most valuable brand.

#9. If you use iTunes, you have already agreed not to use Apple's products to manufacture nuclear weapons.

#10. Every ad on the Apple iPhone shows a time of 9:41.

#11. The world's most expensive iPhone 5 was worth US$15 million. It was made of 135 grams of 24-carat gold and the chassis was inlaid with 600 white diamonds.

#12. Apple's Siri will flip a coin for you if you can't make a decision

#13. The World's most valuable brands are Apple, Microsoft, and Google. Apple earns US$5000 per second.

#14. Apple has opened 516 retail stores across 24 countries, including 275 in the United States and 35 retail stores in China.

#15. Every third person working at Apple is an Indian.

#16. If Apple's iPhone is fully charged once a day, it will consume 0.25 $ of electricity in a year.

#17. The popularity of this company can be gauged from the fact that a man in Japan was in line for the iPhone 7 months.

#18. A teenager in China sold his kidney because he didn’t have enough cash to buy an iPad.

#19. Everything you say to Siri will be sent to Apple. Apple analyzes the data and stores it for future developments.

#20. The name "Macintosh" was inspired by the Apple Company.

#21. Apple had another founder named "Ronald Wayne", who left the company after just 12 days after it was founded.

#22. The Apple company was established in 1976 on April Fool's Day.

#23. Newton's image was in the early Apple logo. Not only that, but an Apple product was also named Newton. Before the iPhone came, the Apple company sang the qualities of this product. But with the arrival of the iPhone, Jobs ended the relationship between Apple and Newton.

#24. Apple company faced recession early. In 1976, the company received some orders for Apple-1 computers, neither Jobs nor Vosniak (Apple's partner) had the money to perform those orders. Jobs and Vozniak began selling their products to cope with the recession. Where Jobs gave his beloved Wolveswagen van a bench.

#25. Steve Jobs was ousted by Company 1 and returned to that company in 1996.

#26. Apple has about 83,000 employees worldwide. Employees at Apple Headquarters earn $ 125,000 per year. Apple companies make $ 300,000 every 1 minute.

#27. If you were to buy an iPhone in 1991, it would cost $ 3,560,000.

#28. Apple's apps are the most downloaded in the world More than 25 billion apps have been downloaded from the Apple Store so far.

#29. One more famous thing about Apple CEO Tim Cook. If you are an Apple employee, be prepared for an email from Cook at 7:30 AM. The cook's email each of their staff at 4.30 a.m Now, this is a unique way of working.

#30. Steve Jobs has just become a billionaire at the age of 25 in the power of Apple companies

#31. If you use iTunes, you have already agreed not to use Apple's products to manufacture nuclear weapons.

#32. Every ad on Apple iPhone shows up during 9:41.

#33. The manufacturer of the iPod had previously advised Philips and Real Networks companies but failed to see their potential.

#34. The Retina Display on the Apple iPad is actually made by Samsung.

#35. There is one thing about the world's largest technology company that you may not know. Apple accounts for 9% of Apple's business in the US. That is, one-third of Apple's profits come from the US and not from other countries.

#36. The popularity of this company can be inferred that it is a Japanese person. Been in line for the iPhone 6 for months.

#37. Instead of attending Harvard University, you will soon find a job at an Apple company more

#38. When Steve Jobs was first shown the Apple iPod, he tried to prove that it still had space and could be made smaller by putting it in the aquarium and using air bubbles.

#39. The Apple App Store has over 60% of apps that have never been downloaded.

#40. For his last 15 years at an Apple company, jobs took just $ 1 as salary. Nevertheless, Jobs' total capital was 7 billion. Steve was the company's largest shareholder.

#41. In 2012, Apple sold 40 million iPhones. That means an average of 110,000 iPhones is sold every day. That is 4,583 iPhones per hour, 76 iPhones per minute and 1.26 iPhones per second. Apple's iPhones are sold in 89 countries around the world.

#42. Apple made so much money in the first quarter of 2014 that it didn't even come close to earning Google, Facebook, and Amazon.

If you know any Fun Facts about Apple let me know in the comments!
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